Comedy king David Dhawan has made a comeback to the screens after a long hiatus with the remake or should I say a ‘sequel’ of his ’97’s everyone’s favorite Judwaa. Back then it had the Bhai of Bollywood Salman Khan playing a double as his own twin and now in 2017 it’s David’s own son Varun Dhawan portraying Prem and Raja respectively.
You can practically hear him educating his child, ‘Beta Varun, do a Salman.’ ‘How does Govinda say that line?’
He moves well and imitates nearly everybody in the business so damn well in the film.Varun does as well as can be expected. However, it resembles the orange pants he wears, taking after Salman’s in Judwaa. Just this one is tore in places.
Female leads have been played by Jacqueline Fernandez and South Indian actress Tapsee Pannu and Anupam Kher reprise his role from the original in a different capacity, of course, back then he had played a police constable along with Satish Shah.
Taapsee Pannu, who assumes the part of Rambha in this one, isn’t so engaging. She is a significant loner for this part. Possibly her past parts in genuine settings influence her hope to strange in a glamorous part. Jacqueline Fernandez is steaming in the part of Karisma Kapoor. She does her part well as a blonde diva. She is easily delightful in the film and nobody could have improved. She has some sort of prominence in her which suited this part.
on top is that Salman is set to make a cameo in the movie and two of our favorite songs ‘Oonchi Hai Building’ and ‘Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12’ from the original are re-engineered by Anu Malik and have already made it to the funky playlist of ours.
Reproducing Oonchi Hai Building and Tan Tana Tan melodies was an immense hazard for the producers. With a slight change in their verses and included beats, the tunes will clearly get your consideration with the lead cast moving to them.
The trailer showed us that there wouldn’t be a much of a difference in the storyline but of course, roles have been shuffled and a modern tarka have been implemented (Duh, of course, a lot has changed in 20 years).
The movie has hit the screens today as it’s Friday and we hope that it would return the reminiscing magic of the original Judwaa. Judwaa 2 may be your ideal end of the week getaway, however, don’t expect an awesome story or rationale in it. Simply go and paint the town with your whole family finished this long end of the week.The cherry.